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Environmental Toxicology Seminar Series

 

If you are interested in hosting or inviting a speaker for one of our upcoming seminars, please click on the link below for availability. 

 

Winter 2023 and Spring 2023 seminars availability and openings 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1q0sv2DP_MelF7BViH9TtgR3wyyxIvOBG-MiQaqDoPlE/edit

 

Winter Quarter 2022

Winter seminar presentations will take place in-person unless it is specified as a virtual visit according to the invited speaker's request.

 

Wednesday, 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Riverside Campus | Winston Chung Hall | Room 143 Contact: wenwan.zhong@ucr.edu

https://ucr-edu-hipaa.zoom.us/j/951827913

 

January 11

Canceled

January 18

Dr. Win Cowger, Scientist at the Moore Institute for Plastic Research
"Open Spectroscopy, making spectroscopy avaliable and useful to researchers around the world for plastic pollution monitoring and insights from an NGO researcher"

Host: Sasha Karapetrova

In-person

January 25

Sarah Barnard, 4th-year ETOX student in Dr. David Volz's group

Host: Wenwan Zhong

In-person

February 1

Jason Cannon, Professor, School of Health Sciences, Purdue University
"Adverse neurological outcomes of PFAS-induced monoamine alterations"

Host: David Volz

In-person

February 8

Karilyn Sant, Associate Professor, School of Public Health, San Diego State University
"Tris(4-chlorophenyl)methanes (TCPMs): The new toxicological challenge stemming from SoCal's DDT legacy"

Host: David Volz

In-person

February 15

Dr. Binghui Shen, City of Hope

Host: Linlin Zhao

In-person

February 22

Markus Hecker, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Host: Daniel Schlenk

In-person

March 1

Quanqing Zhang, UCR, Proteomics Facility

Host: Wenwan Zhong

In-person

March 8

Junyi Chen, 5th-year ETOX graduate student in Dr. Wenwan Zhong's group

Host: Wenwan Zhong

In-person

March 15

Tracie Baker, Associate Professor, Department of Environmental and Global Health, University of Florida
"Adverse health effects and induction of transgenerational inheritance of disease due to environmental contaminants using the zebrafish model"

Host: David Volz

In-person

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